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Technology is advancing at a dizzying pace and is becoming increasingly central to the provision of psychological services. From portable devices to digital records to interjurisdictional practice to ...
Your membership in The Trust and Trust Practice and Risk Management Association (TrustPARMA) includes access to the Advocate 800 Risk Management Consultation Service, which helps individuals insured t...
The Trust has long supported the needs and interests of psychology students and early career psychologists, and in keeping with that support, has created The Trust Student and Early Career Psychologis...
G. Andrew H. Benjamin, JD, PhD, Jeffrey Younggren, PhD of Division 31 and Division 42 and Christina Luini, JD, put together state law specific EHR templates for each jurisdiction and have made them av...
If you’re providing psychological services in Indiana, you’re insured through a Trust Sponsored Professional Liability Insurance claims-made policy, and you’re planning to retire, pl...
A message from Dr. Jana N. Martin, CEO of The Trust
Presented by Kim Dell’Angela, Ph.D., and John Shustitzky, Ph.D., The Chicago School or Professional Psychology -- Chicago Campus.
Presented by Alvin McLean, Jr., Ph.D., John F. Kennedy University; and Sukie Magraw, Ph.D., John F. Kennedy University.
Presented by Peter S. Theodore, Ph.D.; Ron E. Duran, Ph.D.; Erin T. O'Callaghan, Ph.D.; Denise Rockwell, Ph.D.; Jessie R. Lowell, Psy.D.; Cristina Magalhaes,Ph.D.; Kristin J. Conover, Ph.D.; Jennifer F. Hsia, Ph.D.; and Stephanie C. Wood, Ph.D., MHA (Expert Discussant) -- CSPP at Alliant International University, Los Angeles.
Presented by Ann Sauer, Ph.D., APBB, Midwestern University; Robynne Lute, Psy.D., Midwestern University
Dr. Harris explains the history of The Trust Advocate 800 Risk Management Consultation Service
Dr. Harris discusses trends emerging from Advocate consultations over the years
Dr. Harris recounts how The Advocate's consultation approach has evolved over the last five to ten years